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ART WORDS . THESE WORDS HAVE SPECIAL MEANINGS YOU MUST LEARN THEM!. PATTERN. WHEN A SHAPE, IMAGE, COLOUR OR LINE IS REPEATED OR GATHERED TOGETHER. By Julian Opie. TEXTURE. HOW THE SURFACE OF SOMETHING FEELS. unknown artist. COLOUR.

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art words

ART WORDS

THESE WORDS HAVE SPECIAL MEANINGS

YOU MUST LEARN THEM!

pattern
PATTERN

WHEN A SHAPE, IMAGE, COLOUR OR LINE IS REPEATED OR GATHERED TOGETHER.

By Julian Opie

texture
TEXTURE

HOW THE SURFACE OF SOMETHING FEELS.

unknown artist

colour
COLOUR

THERE ARE 3 PRIMARY COLOURS: RED, YELLOW AND BLUE. BY MIXING ANY 2 PRIMARY COLOURS TOGETHER WE GET A SECONDARY COLOUR.

YELLOW & BLUE = GREEN

BLUE & RED = PURPLE

RED & YELLOW = ORANGE

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LINE

A SINGLE LONG MARK MADE BY AN IMPLEMENT.

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TONE

DIFFERENT DEGREES OF LIGHTNESS AND DARKNESS. YOU CAN USE A PENCIL TO SHADE OR MAKE COLOURS LIGHTER OR DARKER. THIS MAKES OBJECTS LOOK REAL AND SOLID.

unknown artist

shape
SHAPE

THE OUTLINE OR FORM OF SOMETHING.

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FORM

THE SOLID 3 DIMENSIONAL SHAPE.

By Anthony Gormley

By Helena Pielichaty

By Helena Pielichaty

medium
MEDIUM

THE TOOLS AND MATERIALS USED BY AN ARTIST.

symmetry
SYMMETRY

WHEN TWO SIDES OR HALVES ARE NEARLY THE SAME.

By Leonardo Da Vinci

2 dimensional
2 DIMENSIONAL

HAVING LENGTH AND WIDTH ONLY, SOMETHING WHICH IS FLAT.

3 dimensional
3 DIMENSIONAL

HAVING LENGTH, WIDTH AND DEPTH. SOMETHING WHICH IS SOLID AND LOOKS REAL.

collage
COLLAGE

AN IMAGE CREATED BY MEANS OF STICKING MATERIALS, (USUALLY TORN OR CUT PAPER) TO THE PICTURES SURFACE.

Artist Unknown

still life
STILL LIFE

A PAINTING OR DRAWING OF INANIMATE OBJECTS.

landscape
LANDSCAPE

A PICTURE OF A TOWN OR COUNTRYSIDE, A COMPOSITION THAT IS SIDEWAYS.

By John Constable

portraits
PORTRAITS

A PICTURE OF A PERSON, ALSO A COMPOSITION THAT IS UPRIGHT.

By Van Gogh

batik
BATIK

A WAY OF DECORATING FABRIC IN WHICH HOT WAX IS USED TO RESIST DYEING.

By Shai Coggins

composition
COMPOSITION

A WHOLE PICTURE THAT IS BALANCED AND PLEASING, AN ARRANGEMENT.

By Philippe Halsman

foreground background
FOREGROUND/ BACKGROUND

THE FRONT OF A COMPOSITION AND THAT WHICH IS BEHIND IT.

BACKGROUND

FOREGROUND

By Eddie W

scale
SCALE

THE SIZE OF AN OBJECT NEXT TO OTHERS.

By Rene Magritte

sketch
SKETCH

A ROUGH DRAWING. A SMALL SCALE TRIAL RUN TO SEE IF IDEAS WORK.

unknown artist

space
SPACE

THE DISTANCE AROUND AND BETWEEN THINGS.

By Paul Doeman

perspective
PERSPECTIVE

A WAY OF MAKING A DRAWING OR PAINTING LOOK DEEP AND REAL. A METHOD OF MAKING THINGS APPEAR NEAR OR FAR.

unknown artist

abstract
ABSTRACT

TO TAKE OUT, OR REMOVE PARTS OF OBJECTS IN A COMPOSITION, SO THAT WORKS OF ART DO NOT LOOK LIKE REAL OR RECOGNISABLE OBJECTS.

By Wassily Kandinsky

figurative
FIGURATIVE

WORKS OF ART IN WHICH WE CAN EASILY RECOGNISE OBJECTS FROM THE WORLD WE KNOW.

By Ernie Barnes

impressionistic
IMPRESSIONISTIC

A WORK OF ART WHICH SHOWS AN IMPRESSION RATHER THAN A CLEAR PICTURE OF NATURE.

From Jim Rabby Gallery

surrealistic
SURREALISTIC

IMAGINED PICTURES AND OBJECTS FOUND IN FANTASY AND DREAMS.

By Salvador Dali

cubism
CUBISM

A revolutionary movement begun by Picasso and Braque in the early twentieth century. It employs an analytic vision based on fragmentation and multiple viewpoints.

By Pablo Picasso